About your Search

20110701
20110731
Search Results 0 to 14 of about 15 (some duplicates have been removed)
's the big deal? i don't get it. i know mickey rooney personally. he is a former drunk and a nice guy. he is. walt disney named him mickey. did you know that sf. >> really? >> yeah, true story. but it is not worth going through. >> walt disney named the mouse mickey. >> he asked mickey -- whatever his name is, edward rooney, when his mother took him to california to be a child star he wandered into disney and there was walt disney showing this new mouse. and mickey rooney said, you should call him mickey. he said, that's a good idea. and then he adopted the name mickey. that's a true story. >> do you believe that? >> yes because i'm just so psyched that you are here and we are able to discuss mickey mickey mouse. i have been here like, what, 20 times? >> my kid made me listen to your music last night because he was appalled i didn't keep up with your music. it was fine. >> thank you. that means a lot. >> you obviously understand and get more than most people in a lifetime. >> i forgot my 30s. that's the problem. >> we are going to get back to that. . >> welcome to the show. you are still her
in the courtroom and not watching the evidence the way the jurors did. i think that's the big problem here. everyone can sit on the sidelines and have opinion opinion about it and everybody's outraged that a baby is dead. of course, everybody is devastated that this young child is gone. but it's the state's burden to prove beyond a reasonable doubt how and who killed that baby. >> but judith -- remi, so sorry. but, remi, couldn't i say that people who aren't in the courtroom know more? >> no. >> because they have access to all the tv shows. >> no, no, no, no. you would think so. the problem is, all of us are talking about things that isn't getting before the jury. the rules of evidence exist to make sure that only the relevant and appropriate evidence get to the jury. there is no different from any other case getting tried. the defense attorney's getting beaten up by the judge, by the prosecutor. the defense attorney's being called out for the mistakes he or she may be making. but the jury doesn't see that. >> that's not fair. it's not fair! they should be seeing everything. judith, when y
. you are welcome. now to andy levy. what is coming up on the show, old sport? >> coming up on the big show, a new study shows being a federal worker means you will never die. or did i get that wrong? tune in to find out. and does michelle bacmann suffer from an el i illness that causes her to relive the last five minutes of her life over and over again for weeks at a time? probably not. and an australian muslim awakens to find four bearded men standing over him. i thought i was the only one who had that dream. >> thank you, andy. >> happy moon day, greg. >> excellent. i find it serves to be quite interesting. >> not that moon, greg. july 20th is the anniversary of the biggest scam perpetrated on the american public. >> you mean the moon is actually real? >> no, in fact the moon is real. i am referring to the so-called moon landing which was a huge hoax concocted by the u.s. government and pulled off by the great film director. >> this is where we partways. not only was the moon landing not real, but the moon 1* not real, an op tau cal illusion by nasa to fund the phony moon landing. >
is literally starving and the ruling class is gorging on big macs. >> they think big magazines are luxury goods. they never have heard of ruth's crist. >> it is hard to hear mcdonalds in the list of luxury goods. >> but what does it say? that it is awesome or they 1r* franchise eferz where and that's where they get their burgers? >> i think we have taken it for granted. it is new to them and it is awesome. i remember going as a kid and it was the most awesome thing ever. i think the elite should share the wealth in north korea with some of the poorer people. if you are making a lot of money, you should be taxed higher and give that to some of the people and bring them up. and a am i say 1234*g what in the hell am i sailing -- 8ing? >> i thought you would say they should drop frys from -- >> they can do that. cluster frys. >> jill, if you had the chance you would act like the north koreans and deck yourself out in expensive clothes. >> you know what, i will disagree with you on that. i will say, don't let your people star of. if you will fly in big max, at least you will never get the piping hot
. >> no big deal. >> what else is new? >> go away. >>> let's welcome our guest. she is so hot her doctor wears pot holders when examining her, which is clumsy. i am here with the columnist and her book is demonic and it is selling from hotcakes from hell. he knows keen investments like i know spike investments. it is matt mccall, the founder and the president of the penn financial group. he is the poster child for poster children. it is my repulsive sidekick, bill shultz. and he is considered one of the most innovative comedic stylists living today. but george lopez was busy so we have jesse joyce wearing my jacket. it is a play on words, if you will. and it is a thinking rag that likes to nag. good to see you again, pinch. >> according to our city desk, the new york law enforcement officials say there is a rise in graffiti. reading and learning are fun. that's my tag. and you can read that in the grill every day home slice. word. >> actually a lot of them. >> it is called realtime, but it is more like mail slime. yes, friday, a night of the week was a banner night for bill marr and his banner
got big, she dumped him. he must have seen that coming. >> he was the one that held her back. is itr does he really have funny? >> yeah! >> he's held onto it. that's my question [overlapping dialogue] >> what about after that? i want to ask the viewers at home, vilost control of this segment? >> could we refocus wack -- >> i am going to move on to a very somber topic. everybody put on their somber mask. to the greg-a-log. >> all right. so would you go through everything casey anthony did for a few million bucks? casey anthony would. according to reports, the woman found not guilt ev killing her child will cash in on that fact because that's what you do in america. it's old news, anthony had sold pictures of her to abc for $200 grand. that's not her fault or abc's. it's ours because we want to see them. we will upon to see more because she's awful and awfully interesting and rich. for today, we no longer attach achievement to reward, only fame. it may not be based on great works. you only need to be that girl who did that thing and got away with it. when you see a dope next to o.j. si
will be up big time. if you get a chance, invest in cheese stock. what is cheese in a can? >> cheese whiz. >> cheese dip. >> i was thinking free cheese. the free cheese? never find. now the free cheese, nothing goes better with it than crack. >> every cheesesteak has cheese whiz. >> it is not called cheese in a can, it's called cheese whiz. but i love. >> if i am beginning to see, your private life is a little weird. >> but if you do it in slow motion we can put it on red eye. a man has been sentenced to 10 years in jail, there he is -- for attempting to murder his wife with a homemade electric chair after she asked for a divorce. he rigged a metal arm chair and invited his wife of 18 years into the garage to have a talk. but she got up out of the seat before he could throw the switch. a struggle ensued, but thankfully, she escaped. dan, here's-- the reason why this story is interesting is that 3 he went to all of this work -- autos it's like, i mean, he planned it out. if you plan this out, i don't know. >> how does she not know it's coming? what are you working on? a chair. my thinking
. >> i was a big fan. one of the greatest vocalist and songwriters, but he is a full blown] bleep [. you can separate the music, but now i can't. now i will just here [bleep]. >> did you see that picture? he is getting kind of fat. >> he eats entire trees. i saw him in l.a. once and he was at a bar and he is an intimidating guy. he has the potential to be a legend, but he keeps opening his mouth. i don't know. the young people and the elderly, they fall for animal rights ideology because of the cute factor. but there is a dangerous ideology that is behind it. it is one that says it is okay to destroy a lab experiment. >> but you had your choice if you want to eat meat or not. the people in norway didn't have a choice if they were going to be blown up or shot. that's why it is sick. >> at least he is consistent. if you believe that animals are as important as humans, then you probably shouldn't allow slim jims into your concert. not only because of the waybill carries them, but the thing siwould feel if i were a real animal rights person, i would go all the way. you know what i mean? >> b
Search Results 0 to 14 of about 15 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)